Women’s Soccer Score Report:

Providence, RI








UMass Boston (2-5, 0-2)





Rhode Island College (7-1, 2-0)


RIC Outshoots UMass Boston, 60-5, to Earn Fifth Straight Win

Providence, RI—Ten different Rhode Island College players registered at least one point in the Anchorwomen’s, 9-0, shutout victory over UMass Boston on Saturday afternoon. RIC, which wins its fifth consecutive game, improves to 7-1 overall and 2-0 in the Little East Conference. The Beacons suffer their third consecutive loss and fall to 2-5 overall and remain winless in the LEC with a 0-2 mark. All five UMass Boston losses this season have come by way of shutout.


Rhode Island College junior forward Brittney Godbout (Cranston, RI), last week’s Little East Conference Offensive Player of the Week, scored what proved to be the game-winning goal in the 29th minute. She added a second tally three minutes later in the 32nd minute


The offensive barrage continued all afternoon as Rhode Island College outshot the Beacons, 60-5. UMass Boston freshman goalkeeper Jessica Penta (Revere, MA) made 21 saves in a losing effort.


The Anchorwomen were led offensively by Godbout and senior forward Erika Haaland (North Dartmouth, MA) with two goals apiece. Junior forward Gina Calenda (Warren, RI), senior midfielder Caitlin Gavin (Portsmouth, RI), junior forward Lindsay Laurie (Warwick, RI), freshman midfielder Jessie Duquette (Chepachet, RI) and junior midfielder Abby Hummel (North Kingstown, RI) rounded out the RIC offensive output. Duquette’s goal was her first as a collegian.


RIC sophomore goalkeeper Krissie Pyzynski (Bristol, CT) earned the win, making two saves, while playing the first half. Freshman goalkeeper Kendra DeGiulio (Warwick, RI) made her first collegiate appearance in net during the second half and made one save. RIC earned its third win by way of shutout on the season.


In upcoming action, RIC will play at Salve Regina on Tuesday, Sept. 26 at 4 p.m.


-complete box score to follow-